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  • Teachers learn about deployments

    Teachers and staff from Clovis, Portales, and Melrose schools participated in an event aimed to educate them on the challenges deploying military members face, here, Sept. 8, 2018 The Teachers Understanding Deployment Operations program allowed teachers face-to-face interaction with military members to better understand the deployment process.
  • Cannon Hosts 2nd Annual Suicide Prevention 5K

    September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. This is a time for Airmen and others to focus on suicide prevention, and to remind them to take care of one another.With all of the high profile suicides in recent years such as Anthony Bourdain, Robin Williams and Kate Spade, it’s important to realize, regardless of someone’s success,
  • Forging a brotherhood with fire

    CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M.—The hallways were without a single light. Dark and without noise. On each side of the wide, carpeted indoor passage were smooth wooden doors leading to sleeping quarters of dozens of firefighter Airmen sleeping through the night. Not a call came throughout the evening, giving them an unusual amount of time to recover from the prior day’s demanding training and chores. Only the occasional slight sound of a left-overnight television could be heard.
  • 27 SOLRS Receives Daedalian Award

    The Order of Daedalians Maj. Gen. Warren R. Carter Logistics Readiness Award was presented to Maj. Lucas Choate, 27th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander, by retired Lt. Gen. Nicholas Kehoe at Cannon Air Force Base, August 15. The Daedalian award was given to the 27th SOLRS for having the most effective base-level logistics
  • Cannon opens skies for first-ever base civilian drone work

    Cannon Air Force Base opened up its air space for BNSF Railway to launch a supplemental inspection drone last Friday, Aug. 20, 2018, from Melrose, New Mexico.
  • Melrose Air Force Range: more than a training range

    Melrose Air Force Range is not only Air Force Special Operations Command’s only training range used to train our special operations teams, but it is an environmental preserve as well.“MAFR was established in 1952 as a bombing range with only 10,000 acres,” said Dr. Charles Dixon, Natural Resource Specialist for Cannon Air Force Base and MAFR. “It
  • Cannon hosts 11th iteration of EMT Rodeo

    The 27th Special Operations Medical Group hosted 21 Air Force emergency medical technician teams from bases around the world for the 11th annual EMT Rodeo Aug. 7-10, 2018, at Cannon Air Force Base and Melrose Air Force Range.The EMT Rodeo is a competition consisting of four-person teams competing against each other. They operate under various
  • Emergency Medical Technician Rodeo 2018

    A total of 21 Air Force bases from around the world visited Melrose Air Force Range and Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, to participate in the EMT Rodeo. This event gives the technicians a wide assortment of scenarios to test their knowledge and training in the medical field. In addition to emergency medical technicians security forces and
  • Air Force Surgeon General visits Cannon

    Air Force Medical Service leadership paid a multi-day visit to Cannon Air Force Base, Aug. 7-9, 2018. U.S. Air Force Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Dorothy A. Hogg and the Medical Enlisted Force and Enlisted Chief, Chief Master Sgt. George Cum timed their visit to overlap with the base’s annual Emergency Medical Technician Rodeo to obtain a close look at
  • Cannon Kids Learn to BOUNCE Back

    Children ages 11-15 participated in Cannon’s first BOUNCE camp, a week long resiliency course at Cannon Air Force Base, N. M., July 30 - Aug. 3.BOUNCE stands for Be optimistic, Observe thoughts, Use strengths, Never give up, Communicate effectively and Embrace you. The program uses the four Comprehensive Airman Fitness pillars (physical, spiritual,
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